Friday, December 29, 2006

Apollo's Anthem

Repose in peace forever Mr. James Brown.

His song 'I Feel Good' reminds me of NTV7 television advert years ago.

His wake-up call to the black people was the catalyst around the world in order to improve themselves, and it applies to every human soul who realises the importance of doing so, hitherto.

As the 'Godfather of Soul' was carried through a procession in Harlem to the historic Apollo Theater New York on Thursday, his anthem "Say it Loud — I'm Black and I'm Proud" will be heard forever.

The beauty of the world is beyond one's umbrella lies various colours of people, thou shall study with in depth thinking the uniqueness of each one of us.

Each one of us.

2 comments:

soedaydah said...

speaking of umbrellas,i came across a rectangular one recently..its not very ergonomical tho....how does that fit into your world?does a rectangular umbrella with its angles and sharp corners,inteferes with the variety and the fraction of people?

Mohd Sharazad Saiful Bahri said...

It's a metaphor.
A person who just lives under one's umbrella to protect oneself from the cold or hot sun should at times reflect the environment, looking up the sky.

Ok, let me draw the line clearly for you.

A person with an umbrella = A person with hellful ignorance, neglect the importance and learning from other people.

Rain, sun, and the environment = Everything around us, in this context; different races of people.

This world does not belong to only one race ;)

Vis-a-vis your rectangular umbrella, I would like to see it with deepest gratitude upon your courtesy when I'm back in Malaysia.

Buy one.

Keep it.